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July 20, 2012

ED Urges States to Make Data Systems More Open

The U.S. Education Department is urging states and districts to make their longitudinal student data systems more available to researchers and education entrepreneurs.

July 12, 2012

Study to Gauge Effectiveness of Teacher Data Use

A study of a large Southern district aims to gauge how well programs help teachers learn to use data.

July 11, 2012

ED Awards $1.5 Million Grant to Study Health Instruction

The Institute of Education Sciences has awarded $1.5 million to study a North Carolina health curriculum based on neuroscience and cognitive science.

June 28, 2012

Study: State Help Comes Too Late for Students Facing Calif. Exit Exams

A San Diego study finds California's efforts to help students pass its high school exit exams come too late in students' academic careers.

June 27, 2012

TEDGlobal: How Can We Better Reach Teenage Brains?

Social learning research could highlight much more nuanced ways to help adolescents learn, cognitive neuroscientist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore argued at TEDGlobal in Edinburgh, Scotland this afternoon.

June 27, 2012

Study: Sharing Attention Can Improve Language for Autistic Students

A new University of California, Los Angeles study finds that teaching autistic preschoolers to share attention during play can improve their language skills five years later.

June 18, 2012

Could Autism Be an Evolutionary Response?

Futurist Juan Enriquez's theory on continuing human evolution has sparked debate over the causes and potential of autism, attention and perception disorders.

June 04, 2012

Further Reading on Mind, Brain, and Education

For those interested in learning more about mind, brain, and education, the following books, journals and Web sites may be helpful.

June 04, 2012

Brain Education Spurs Teachers' Research

Mind, brain, and education science is helping teachers conduct their own research on how their students think and how they can better engage them in learning.

May 27, 2012

Understand Uncertainty in Program Effects

An Australian researcher argues that showing the range of effects of a particular intervention can make it easier for educators and others to understand the significance of a study.

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